Recent Vehicular Communication Protocols, DSRC Vs C-V2X

 
 
 
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    Vehicular technology is getting popular around the world under the developing technologies such as Autonomous Vehicles, Intelligent Transportation Systems(ITS) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems(ADAS). Considering the road safety and comforts, vehicle communications technologies would be needed for Vehicle-to-Vehicle(V2V), Vehicle-to-Infrastructure(V2I) and Vehicle-to-Everyhting(V2X) in order to successful implementation. IEEE 802.11p Standards would be the main technology for V2X as DSRC based application and the alternatives are 4G LTE or 5G based cellular V2X communications.

     

     


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    Cellular Vehicular Technology, DSRC, ITS, V2X

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Article ID: 27842
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.16.27842




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